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# Force and Pressure (MCQs)

## (a) Contact force

(b) Non contact force
(c) Spring force
(d) Magnetic force

Q2: What is the cause of change in motion or change in the state of motion?

(a) Pressure
(b) Atmospheric Pressure
(c) Friction
(d) Force

## (a) Muscular force

(b) Electrostatic force
(c) Magnetic force
(d) Gravitational force

## Q4: The unit of force is _______

(a) Newton
(b) Dyne
(c) kg. weight
(d) All of these
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Q5: What is force?

(a) Push
(b) Pull
(c) both a and b
(d) None of these

Q6: A body is said to be under balanced forces when the resultant force applied
on that body is_____

(a) One
(b) Zero
(c) Infinite
(d) None of these

Q7: The ratio of force, acting perpendicular to the area, on which it acts is
known as ________.

(a) Force
(b) Friction
(c) Presuure
(d) Density

Q8: The pressure of the water at the bottom of the pond is _______ at the
surface of the pond.

## (a) Lower than

(b) Higher than
(c) Same
(d) either lower or higher

## Q9: As we go to the higher altitude the atmospheric pressure ________.

(a) Increases
(b) Decreases
(c) Remains same
(d) Cannot say
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Q10: The force involved in falling an apple from a tree is:

## (a) Magnetic force

(b) Contact force
(c) Electrostatic force
(d) Gravitational force

A. Ohms

B. Pascals

C. Joules

D. Watts

A. p = h/Pg

B. p = P/hg

C. p = g/Ph

D. p = hPg

## MCQ. In Physics, pressure is defined as

A. P = A x F

B. P = A/F

C. P = F/A

D. P = F/d

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MCQ. Atmospheric pressure is measured by

A. Mercury manometer

B. Mercury barometer

C. Mercury galvanometer

D. Mercury Thermometer

## C. Collision of molecules in container

D. The atmosphere

MCQ. A boy of mass 50 kg runs with a force of 100 N, his acceleration would be

A. 5000 ms-2

B. 50 ms-2

C. 150 ms-2

D. 2 ms-2

## MCQ. Newton first law is also known as

A. Law of inertia

B. Law of momentum

C. Law of forces
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D. Law of zero

## MCQ. Weight is a/an

A. force

B. base quantity

C. scalar quantity

D. SI unit

MCQ. A person of mass 50 kg flies to moon, his weight at moon would be (earth's
gravity = 10 ms-2, moon's gravity = 1.6 ms-2)

A. 31.25 N

B. 500 N

C. 51.6 N

D. 80 N

During dry weather, rubbing a plastic scale with dry hair, attracts small pieces of
paper. This is due to
Force and Pressure (MCQs)

gravitational force

electric force

frictional force

muscular force

Question :
A batsman hits a cricket ball which then rolls on the level ground. After covering
a short distance the ball comes to rest. The ball stops due to

magnetic force

frictional force

gravitational force

muscular force

Question :
Which of the following is an example of contact force ?

Magnetic force

Muscular force

Electric force

Gravitational force

Question :
Fruits falling from trees is an example of
Force and Pressure (MCQs)

gravitational force

muscular force

frictional force

electric force

Question :
When two forces, applied on an object, are equal and opposite, then these forces

## may stop a moving object.

may move the object and also cause a change in its shape.

do not move the object but may cause a change in its shape.
Force and Pressure (MCQs)